Although many people are devoted users of a single browser, many others find themselves switching back and forth between different browsers, depending on what they're doing. We tend to favor Firefox, for example, but we often find ourselves testing add-ons for Chrome and Internet Explorer and then--in the case of Chrome, anyway--hanging around in that browser for a while. This gets to be a problem when we want to visit a site we have bookmarked, only to find that we never bookmarked the site in the browser we're using. Link Commander Lite is a simple solution to this problem; by letting users save bookmarks in a separate application, the program keeps bookmarks handy no matter what browser you're using.
The program's interface is simple and intuitive, with large, well-labeled buttons representing its major functions. Users can enter bookmarks manually or import them with a simple wizard from a variety of browsers, including Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, and more. Exporting bookmarks to a particular browser is just as easy. We especially liked the program's Drop Trap feature; this small box can be placed anywhere on your desktop while Link Commander Lite is running, and adding a bookmark to the program is as simple as dragging and dropping it onto the square. The application's online Help file is well-written and thorough. Overall, we found Link Commander Lite to be a fun and easy way to keep track of our bookmarks across multiple browsers.
Link Commander Lite has a 30-day trial period. It installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users.